Carys is a family solicitor who advises on divorce and the associated financial issues, as well as matters involving children and co-habitation disputes. A number of the cases she has worked on have involved high-value assets. She has experience of dealing with these matters in court proceedings and using alternative dispute resolution when possible.
Carys has particular expertise in acting for individuals, couples, or grandparents looking after children who are not their own, assisting them to make the arrangements official.
- Divorce and related issues
- Financial consequences of relationship breakdown
- Disputes about living arrangements for children and/or how often children spend with each parent, including emergency applications
- Special guardianship applications
- Applications for non-molestation and occupation orders
- Co-habitation agreements and disputes
- Acted for the husband in a case involving a property portfolio of approximately £2 million
- Main solicitor assisting in a £10 million financial remedy case which followed the arbitration process
- Acted for the wife in pursuing a conduct case as part of financial remedy proceedings
- Assisted in acting for a husband who ran a farming business where the former matrimonial home was subject to an agricultural occupancy condition
- Assisted in acting for a wife in an application to enforce a substantial maintenance order which involved a cross-application from the husband to downwards vary the order
- Involved in a case where the parties were partners in a solicitors’ practice. The partnership was dissolved as part of the settlement which involved a careful consideration of tax consequences
- Acted for the mother of a child with learning difficulties in court proceedings commenced by the father who was accused of drug misuse
- Assisted in acting for a mother accused of fabricated or induced illness in relation to her child
- Acted for a father to obtain a live with order in respect of his son’s half-sister (not step-daughter as never married the mother) in order to acquire parental responsibility so that she could travel to Switzerland to live with him
Please note: The experience list above may include examples of work completed prior to joining Keystone Law.
Carys qualified as a solicitor in 2015. Prior to joining Keystone Law in 2020, she worked at Brachers.